Start your journey with a tour of the UWA campus.
Nestled on the Swan River and conveniently located minutes from Perth's central business district, The University of Western Australia is often described as one of the country's most picturesque campuses.
With its mix of heritage buildings, contemporary architecture and landscaped gardens, our stunning campus offers a unique and dynamic learning environment, alongside a wide range of social, cultural and recreational services and facilities.
Current students will take you on a tour of our campus, giving you insight into what life's really like as a UWA student. Join us for an informal morning tea after the tour, where our Future Students team will be available to answer your questions on courses, entry requirements and the UWA student experience. All future students and their families are welcome.
Student Central is a one-stop shop for our future and current students, with services to help them throughout their university journey.
As a UWA student, there are lots of places on campus to hang out before or after class.
Welcome to UWA's Reid Library, which receives more than one million visitors a year.
New Fortune Theatre
The New Fortune Theatre at our Arts precinct is a faithful reconstruction of London’s Fortune Playhouse.
The Octagon Theatre is considered the heart of theatrical life on campus.
Conceived by Senate member Dr William Somerville in 1927, this charming auditorium was designed to resemble a cathedral of Norfolk Island pines.
Directly across the campus sit our five residential colleges – St Catherine’s, St George’s, Trinity, University Hall and St Thomas More.
Built in 1932 and known for its iconic clock tower, Winthrop Hall is the centre of university life.
Looking to take some time out? Grab some lunch or a book and head for the stunning Sunken Garden.
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
This special gallery produces and presents a diverse exhibition program of Australian and international art every year.
Edward de Courcy Clarke
Earth Science Museum
The Geology and Geography building is home to our School of Earth and Environment, which includes this captivating museum.
The Tropical Grove is a lush, intimate garden comprising a circle of palm trees around a sandy ceremonial space.
Irwin St Building
The Irwin Street Building is what comprised UWA in 1913, before the Perth campus existed.
This stunning five-storey building is the largest and most technically complex building on campus.
Guild Village is the heart and soul of campus life at UWA.